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-3 in the third but the hoosiers come back. perry jones fumbles and indiana's lawyer rens barnett scoops it up and returns it 54 yards for the score. indiana takes its first lead of the game, 24-23. under two to go and virginia down eight and jones making up for the fumble from flee yards out. virginia gets the two-point conversion. game tied at 31. cavs have a chance to win and robert randolph, up and good from 23 yard out and that's it. virginia wins the thriller, 34-31. the cavs are 2-0. >>> nay skree on the road at western kentucky. midshipman wearing pentagon stickers to honor 9/11. fourth quarter, all navy. hill toppers with the ball. brandon dowdy throws and it's picked off by bush. takes it back 49 yards for the touchdown. navy defeats western kentucky, 40-14. next week, the mid shipmen play steve spurrier and 12th ranked south carolina. >>> at rfk, howard taking on moorehouse college in the football classic. second quarter, morehouse driving until this, sound up! what a hit by howard's theodore graham iv, that's a beautiful hit. however, howard trails 14-9 at halftime. howard leads by
. jenna: from washington d.c. we take you out to indiana, new developments in the murders of five people there. police are questioning a career criminal, they describe now as a person of interest in the case. harris faulkner is at the breaking news desk. it looks like there might be a little bit of a break in the case, harris. >> reporter: what we're watching right now is that the sheriff is trying to calm everybody's nerves in franklin county, indiana in saying he feels that this was not a random bit of violence. he says that is important for the community to know that they are safe. this has sent shock waves through the community. you are looking at 46-year-old david isom. he was picked up tuesday evening after an investigation into an unrelated case. in the middle of interviewing this man they found some things that led them to believe they should search his home. that is 25 miles away from where the killings had happened. when they got to the scene the indiana police say they feel like they got some information that could link him to the five killings. it was a family of four and a n
the roll. mr. coats: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from indiana. senator coats mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the -- mr. coats: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the quorum be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. coats: we all heard the president speak to a joint session of congress last week about his proposal to bring forward a jobs bill that was released this morning, and the president indicated that he wanted to take his case to the people. and i'm glad he's doing so. i hope that as he travels about the country, i think he'll be hearing what many of us heard during the august recess when we were back at home as i traveled across the state of indiana and talked to people from all different categories of work engagement, small to medium to large businesses, homeowners, other constituents. one thing came through loud and clear, and that was i needed to listen to them more than they needed to listen to me. what was on their mind i hope is what the president will be hearing as he travels across the countr
. an indiana neighborhood shaken by this incredible crime that we've been talking to you about the last several days. a huge mystery there. a murder mystery. five people are dead shot execution style. what cops don't know what the killings has everybody living on high alert in the neighborhood. a closer look at why you may want to hold off on buying gold right now. we'll have that coming up. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ your nutritional needs can go up when you're on the road to recovery. proper nutrition can help you get back on your feet. three out of four doctors recommend the ensure brand for extra nutrition. ensure clinical strength has revigor and thirteen grams of protein to protect, preserve, a
're from louisiana, california, indiana, illinois. every year you keep seeing more t-shirts for more locations. after katrina we just jumped on his bandwagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> it's a big dysfunctional family reunion of all the disaster survivors who get together and do a barn raising. >> those relationships help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> for more information go to cnnheroes.com. that's all for us tonight. . >>> good saturday morning. three people are believed to be part of a possible terror plot against the u.s. plan to coincide with the 9/11 ceremonies. two of the three people are american citizens. we will give you the latest on the possible terror threat. >>> listen to the week the firefighters have had in texas. they responded close to 200 wildfires since sunday. president obama declaring an emergency there as homes continue to burn. >>> and today, nasa is he
the pennsylvania border to the indiana border. you also want to privatize the state prison. i don't know of any great authors of the turnpike. do you see those as long-term solutions? >> first of all, jack, we could have sold more prisons, but we're not going to sell for a bad price. secly, we sold one, and we did very well with that. in addition to that, we privatized more of the operations of these prisons. believe me, our director of corrections here in ohio was thrilled with where we are, because i think you know that the cost of correction facilities is sky rocketing. we have been able to get ourselves in the position to be able to change that. able to change that. to be able to first of all not only have the kind of reforms in the prisons like unit management, but also, what do they say, bend -- i forget the term they use. but we have been able to slow the growth. in some cases, like medicaid, we have been able to slow the cost growth. what we didn't want to do was sell something that in the long run wasn't the best deal for the people of the state. in terms of the turnpike, we have a num
's another story we're watching closely, breaking details on a mass murder in rural indiana. while police are piecing together this event that left five dead south of indianpolis on sunday, the family says the evidence points to one thing and that is drugs. rick folbaum is checking this for us at the breaking news desk. >> reporter: you know, this is a very tough story. we're waiting for autopsy results that should be released fairly soon. this could give police a clue, a clue that they desperately need to try to figure out exactly what they're dealing with here. it was sunday afternoon, law enforcement found a man dead inside an rv and that may -- then they found the bodies of two other males and two females at another property right across the street from the rv. we're told that four of the five people were all members of the same family, they include a man, his ex-wife, and their two grown children. a neighbor is saying there's a history of drug dealing that takes place in this area. there is some speculation that the shooter or shooters are among the dead, but right now, police say th
originally from evansville, indiana, for "congressional quarterly." next question, mr. starks. >> host: yes, one of the reasons it's been difficult for congress to cut grants is because police, firefighters and rescue personnel are a powerful constituency, and the idea of saying no to them seems ridiculous to them, seems like it would be bad for them politically. i'm wondering, though, how much the wireless carriers who also have their own interests in spectrum, they have their own political weight to bring to bear. how much in this spectrum debate are they allies and how much are they the enemies? >> guest: well, i think some of each. the, some of the major carriers are very supportive of our efforts because they have a vision where it would be beneficial to the public, the public safety community and to their business interests for us to partner with them at some point to build out this nationwide network. those that have that vision, of course, we're very pleased with that. unfortunately, there are some in that commercial world that are looking at it what we believe is more selfishly to
is trying to follow the examples set by governor dan yells in indiana and that is to sell or lease the turn bike. that's the super highways that that's the super highways that runs from the border to border. you also want to privatize the five state prisons. so far you've only got a bid i think on one of the state prisons and i don't know if you've had any real great offers on the turnpike. do you see those as real long-term solutions? >> well, first of all we could have sold more prisons but we're not going to sell for a bad price. secondly, we sold one and we did very well with that and in addition to that we privatized more of the operations of these prisons. and believe me, our director of corrections here in ohio is thrilled with where we are because i think you know that the cost of correction facilities is skyrocketting and we've been able to get ourselves in a position to be able to change that, to be able to first of all not only have the kind of reforms in the prisons like unit management but also what do they say, to bend the -- i forget the term they use but we've been able to s
air causing showers across northern indiana. a lot will pass to the north, but as the frontal boundary comes through tonight into early saturday, there may be a brief shower with it. behind it, turning significantly cooler, and yes, it will be drier. dry air tonight, and probably fog free. a couple of spots because of so much moisture on the ground. if the skies are totally clear tonight with no wind, there could be patchy fog. the front coming through, and the much cooler air, and breezy. moderate showers with a few sprinkles or showers north and west of the city. some of the higher elevations, the highlands and the mountains of western pennsylvania and into west virginia, they may see their first snow flakes friday night and saturday, believe it or not. yes, it's almost that time. a quake look at the -- a quick look at the hurricane headed to the east of bermuda. by saturday or sunday they could get wind or rain out of it. it's just up to a minimal hurricane. it died, and now it has come back, and now it's still out there. west winds here at 5 to 10 knots. tonight, clear skies, for t
driver. they are investigating the incident. >>> do you have an evil twin? an indiana woman says she did when she got busted for welfare fraud. authorities say that woman received more than 15,000 dollars from services from a fund that helps low income women with affordable day care. but authorities say she actually worked for the state and made more than $16 an hour. when she got caught she says this, get this, she says her evil twin sister actually did all this and stole her identity. problem is that she doesn't have a twin. she is facing fraud charges tonight. >>> actually i saw some stars and a little moon tonight and all that stuff. it was kind of neat. saw your evil twin. >> yeah looked better under a clear sky. my opinion rosie after this week. hey, man, tomorrow looks not too bad for saturday. the few scattered showers in the afternoon. some sun early in the day with any luck and humid all week. chance for few more showers going towards ravens game day sunday. but, optimistcally we will be drying out. >> sown good. we will be back after this. -- sounds good. we will be back after
a separate mass transit funds? and then on model in indiana leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think higher direct user fees are more economically direct and efficient way of funding either expansion are maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separate out roads from public transportation, that is an important fur step in getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in government accounting. i think that is very hopeful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them. if a hard time telling people that you spend the money on the road when you see the guy davis- bacon, siphoning off the subways and to bypass and what not, and they do not know what they can believe and the dollar that they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent that you can turn the cards face up and say this is what we're going to spend on roads and what we're going to spend on public transit and station will never visit, and here is what you're doing. >> let me say. >> not in your neighborhood. going honest
not for obama. states that he won, north carolina, indiana, not probably going to win those. it's going to be a very fascinating campaign. whoever has the best message or vision is probably going to win because let's face it. not a lot of legislation has been moving. maybe this super committee on the debt moves something, but as of right now we're in the election season and this is where it gets very interesting. >> one name can you give me for the republicans who you think might take the primary? >> i think the favorite right now is rick perry. he can stumble in this debate tomorrow. that's going to be a key test for perry. right now he is on a trajectory and that's got to concern mitt romney, but mitt rom my thinks he can outlast him -- romney thinks he can outlast him, win on points. i think it's going to be a tough contest between perry and mitt romney and we're still waiting to see if sarah palin gets in the race. >> thanks for coming in tonight. >>> a nearly career ending injury, a year of rehab. tonight stephen strasburg took mound at nats ballpark. find out if he still has that
, california, indiana and illinois. every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina we jumped on his bandwagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> this big dysfunctional reunion of all these disaster survivors to do a barn raising. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate in that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this and, you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> jeff's group has also restored an american flag from ground zero now known as the national 9/11 flag. to find out more about jeff's work or make a donation, you can go to cnnheroes.com. join the conversation at cnn heroes facebook and twitter pages. >>> turning back to politics in a moment. michele bachmann was one of the first to come out publicly against president obama's jobs plan. some say her criticism wasn't so much about substance as it was about trying to reenergize her own campaign. >>> lenny and maria, our friends are with me now. lenny, i hope you can match her fiery spirit. she's already spouting off on twitter
, not the former senator from indiana, but someone who really could stand up to him. of course rumsfeld and cheney could stand up to him, and they did. largely marginalized on any issue that he previously from his military experience would have been caught up in. understand, the law ever since 1947, creating the job of secdef, says it has to be from civilian life, and that means you can't have served in active duty within the past ten years. an exception was made. a law was passed so that general marshall could serve, but it takes another act of congress to waive that requirement. paul would not have been in the running anyway, just because of that legal technicality. >> assuming there is pork and waste in the defense budget, building major weapon systems we don't need it or that don't work, have there been the defense been any secretaries of defense with the courage to abolish what the systems? >> well, yes, there have been secretaries to have canceled different programs at different times. i think it is interesting that virtually every recent republican secretary of defense picked one just to pr
cavaliers are out in indiana playing on the hoosiers. 70 degrees there, rain also likely for their game. virginia tech on the road, taking on east carolina pirates. 86 there. should be a dry game. the stevenson university mustangs playing host to the captains of charleston hfr-no. i forgot the othether name. my bad. and navy on the road in bowling green maying the help toppers of western kentucky, 74. hour and morehouse, 84 degrees. that's christopher new port taking on stevenson. how could i forget? >> howard university, i expect them on come up big. >> let's hope. i'm pulling for the home team. >>> thanks, chuck. the redskins will be without one of their key defensive weapons to their season opener. >> that's right, hakem dermish has the details in this morning's sports minute. >>> good morning, everyone. your sports begins with football. safety laron landry is out for the opener against the giants with a hamstring injury. the redskins could also be without several other playmakers, tight end chris cooley and kick returner brandon banks are among five players listed as questionable. t
the exact path flight 77 followed that fateful day. this indiana teacher has visited twice, bringing fellow educators this time. high schoolers on a previous trip. >> statistics are wonderful and necessary, but until you put a face with that situation, it doesn't become as powerful. and so that's why i like to bring my students. >> reporter: terry otis was seeing the memorial for the first time. >> it hits me really strong. we were at school the day of 9/11. and we felt the sadness and everything. but when you're here, you see it. you see all of the pictures of the people and it -- yeah. it's like it's -- was -- like it just happened yesterday, that feeling of hurt will never go away. what they did to us. >> reporter: as reagan national's airports take off and land overhead, others can't help but imagine what the victims on flight 77 and the other planes endured. >> just on a flight, you know? you think you're just doing your normal everyday life, and then boom. i cannot imagine the fear and the panic. and yet the courage. all the stories that have come out. >> reporter: michelle hiden berg
on the road against indiana. leading 16-3 and this is kevin parks, up the middle and the cavaliers lead 23-3 and in that fourth quarter, 23-17 and the ball is loose, lawrence burnet soups it up and goes the distance, 54 yards for the td and minutes ago, virginia would come and win on the final play of the game, a 23-yardfield and that was 34-31. and howard and moorehouse at rfk stadium, trailing 20-9 and to brandon flanagan, a 29-yard score. cuts the deficit to just three. fourth quarter, 20-17. mcgee, play-action and finds carter, 23 yards for this touchdown. howard defeats moorehouse, 30- 27. the first meeting of the schools since 1997. >> and the nats hosting the astros in game two of the three- game series. john lanon in a 3rd-inning bases-loaded. jose out with a slow roller and feels it at home. crazy wile past jesus flores. two runs come in to score and that is what mo's reaction looks like now. the astros score 6 in the 3rd and beat the nats, 9-3. in coming up, the redskins remember 9/11. a good package we'll run on the pregame show tomorrow. >> thank you. >> sure. >>> coming up nex
. >> satellite radar, clear skies to start your morning out to the west, lookout towards kentucky and indiana see that spin that is the area of low pressure giving us a lot of trouble all week we will finally get rid of it as it moves through later today you have the possibility of a few more showers and thunderstorms national weather service is going to issue a new flood watch doesn't mean it is going to rain all day but with the possibility of more showers and thunderstorms on top of already saturated soil, lookout for that later, possibility of showers and thunderstorms. >> nice start today, sunshine temperatures 50s. gaithersburg, washington 68 leonard town, 66 degrees culpepper here is your five day forecast, temperatures low to mid-80s. enjoy the football game, cooler into next week. >>> i think we will be glad to say good riddens to that rain >> we thank you for joining us for this special edition of fox 5 morning news we will take a short break and then join fox news sunday for their special coverage of the 9/11 anniversary we will leave you with pictures of many ceremonies starting toda
players. we've talked about this being tropical moisture. well, remnants of lee out over indiana moved west today. that has been contributing moisture. we've had a stationary front over the region which provided the track and katia has provided a little bit of that tropical moisture. katia is now moving northeast of bermuda very fast and that means the drying trend will begin. it will get a little better tomorrow but really into the weekend is where we think we'll see nice improvement. tonight the flash flood watch continues. areas of tropical rain, worried about the northern neck, charles county, prince george's county county, this is moving in your direction. if you get a thunderstorm, you get much heavier rain. showers tomorrow, maybe a thunderstorm, too but not as widespread and not as heavy and a quick look at our planner, scattered showers 8 a.m. noon scattered showers and 5:00 maybe a thunderstorm, 79 degrees. it's better for the weekend, a lot drier. maybe a couple isolated showers maybe a couple more sunday afternoon. i heard coach saying
in ohio and michigan and indiana. but around here, a dry day today. and a quick look at temps before we throw it inside. 40s in the mountains. lots of 50s. here in town, we're in the lower 60s. monika samtani has been watching the volume build this morning. >> well, you know, if you're planning to head out to loudoun county, we're just getting word of a pretty serious accident on route 7, market street at route 9, i know the chopper is headed out there. we'll have that for you next time around. in the meantime, keep that in mind for your travel plans. we've got the yellow light. we'll start off with the beltway and take a live look north of town at georgia avenue. no problems right now. just that volume outer loop from 95 headed around the georgia avenue. luckily the lanes are open. back out to the maps right now. this time, let's zoom into the other side of town heading to the southside, route 5, route 4, route 301. everything is fine to the beltway. branch avenue headed down to the wilson bridge, you'll be ok right now. by the way if you're planning to take metro this morning, i know
the model in indiana, leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think hired direct user fees are a more economically direct an efficient way of funding either extension or maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separating out roads from public transportation is an important first and getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in budgeting. government accounting, that is helpful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them, because you have a hard time telling people who will spend it on roads if they see a guy doing state money, siphon off the subways and the bike paths and what not. they do not know what they can believe and what happened to the dollar they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent you can turn those cards face up and say this is what we're spending on road and public transit, subway system, and states you will never visit, and here is what you're doing and here's leisured -- not in your neighborhood. it is very helpful. >> direct user fees meaning tolls
anniversary report card and they're with us now: former new jersey governor thomas kean and former indiana representative lee hamilton. welcome to both of you. first, the good news. you cite many improvements that since the commission report you say has made the country safer. governor, what's the most important change that you've seen that has made us safer, do you think? >> probably that the intelligence community is talking to each other more. >> brown: simple as that? >> simple as that. we had a lot of terrorist from 9/11 who might have been caught very easily except the f.b.i. didn't share information with the c.i.a. and vice versa. and we have 17 intelligence agencies and they were all stove pipes. so they talked to each other, they didn't talk to... they didn't talk to each other, they just talked within the agency. now the mechanism is now set up under our legislation that almost forces them to talk to each other and this's a great improvement. >> brown: does that sound right to you as the key change? do you see others? >> no doubt about it. the principle recommendation of the comm
effects. >> yeah. we're talking about four states in all, utah, indiana, georgia and arizona, all passed similar laws, but none of them nearly as tough as the alabama law and all or parts of those laws he also been temporarily blocked by federal judges who have ruled that the states are overstepping the federal government's authority. but the federal judge in alabama, interestingly, she mad the opposite ruling, saying, in fact, that the states and the feds can work in tandem saying local officials have some inherent authority to assist in the enforcement of federal immigrationing laws, so long as the local government cooperates with the federal government. so now you have different federal judges giving different rulings which the experts say likely means the supreme court will ultimately decide this issue, shep. >> shep: there are other parts of this law in alabama that could go into effect later? >> yeah. because the judge temporarily blocked some key parts of this law because they didn't apparently compliment the federal government law, including some very tough provisions here that s
the next community. from louisiana, california and indiana and illinois. every year, you keep seeing more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina, we jumped on his band wagon. >> this is a big dysfunctional family reunion of the survivors who get together to do a barn raising. >> you are banging nails and building relationships to help you heal. >> it is using the anniversary to celebrate in the volunteer spirit. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say if you want to thank me, show up to the next one. >>> 22 minutes past the hour now. we are seeing the heightened security for the 9/11. it is raising animosity with small town folks and border patrol agents. especially the border between u.s. and canada. safety versus national security. that is in this morning's passport. stay with me. [ male announcer ] it's a fact: your nutritional needs can go up when you're on the road to recovery. proper nutrition can help you get back on your feet. three out of four doctors recommend the ensure brand for extra nutrition. ensure clinical strength has revigor and thirteen grams of protein to
america: indiana. a judge ruling the 12-year-old boy guilty of reckless homicide in the death of his 6-year-old brother. but not guilty of murder. the shooting happened back in june at their home south of the capital city of indianapolis. the judge says there is no evidence he intended to murder his sibling. >> it's really good to know that there is a judge consider that this might have been an accident. >> the judge awaiting psychiatric evaluations before sentencing the boy. kansas. a trailer carrying goats overturning near witch tall and spilling over 200 of them on the road. >> we started feeling joking and the goats shifted and the weight just jackknifed it. >> shepard: we're told officers had to kill six of them. california, surfers and others marking the exact moment the last plane went down 10 years ago on 9/11. all part of the first paddle out for heros event on a beach north of los angeles. surf clubs and other nonprofit organizations taking on waves in remembrance of the victims. florida. this man spent 35 years in prison for crimes he did not commit. before d.n.a. evidence c
and indiana and virginia, they go out and they fight this good fight and to the best they can. as far as nobility, sure, i think that is one reason we don't have a famous great attorney like clarence darrow any more. you tend to get wealthy and as a trial lawyer when you win your first big case, and maybe tara would have ended up this way too but you don't end up representing the attorney for the. maybe was the fact dodaro fell so far in los angeles and had to come back that led them to take a series of cases and is 50s and 60s that we remember him by. i think success store -- spoils great lawyers. >> my name is matt harrington. i think the innocence project is someone representing oj and the work he does in capital defense who is living up to that high standard. i was just going to say i would -- i'm a lawyer and two books one was irving stone's book and very much styles himself as darrow successor. in dealing with darrow as there is this aching desire i have always had to find some place where he feels bad about driving those jurors. [laughter] and i'm wondering if anywhere in that
. those strings have been turning up and receive years in food. a big road connecting southern indiana to northern kentucky was shut down after inspectors found cracks, the sherman milton bridge that goes over the ohio river was officially closed today in definitely cracks found on to big support beams, there is no word yet on how exactly the plan on fixing the problem. the remnants of tropical storm lee are still being felt in pennsylvania, about living under people are still without power more than 200 roads remain closed. the death toll dropped from 13 down to 11. high waters are receding in the flooding remains a problem from new york to maryland. >> a live look outside from arcaro this afternoon. sunny skies over the bay. we see sunny skies bay area wide, the fog did push back off shore. it is sitting offshore right now. this fall will be returning as we head into the overnight hours. we will seek pretty widespread fog out there tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning temperatures will stay mouth. the subtropical moisture is still there with us. i'll show you that a moment. we have co
. they're from louisiana, california, indiana, illinois. every year you keep seeing more t-shirts from more locations. >> we're going to pitch in as we can. >> in katrina, we jumped on his bandwagon. it's contagious. >> like a big dysfunction family reunion of family disasters that get together and do a barn raising. >> it's building relationships that help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say, thank you for doing this, and i say you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >>> to find out more about jeff's work or make a donation go to join the conversation on cnnheroes' facebook and twitter pages. >>> a complex program was used on the ground zero memorial to group the names of 9/11 victims. our tech reporter is next to tell us all about it. >>> today the city of new york dedicated a memorial to the victims who died at the world trade center on 9/11. but the names aren't in any kind of simple alphabetical order. the memorial's creators used a complex program to group the victims' names i
and -- the laws that have -- also passed in indiana and georgia. they have been blocked in part or entirely by federal judges. the difference here in alabama is this law is much more restrictive. it is more expansive. and that we now have a judge that's conflicted in the decision with the decisions that have been made in the other four states. the comparison to arizona's quite simple. it is a more restrictive, tougher, and potentially more divisive law than the one in arizona, pure and simple. if you look at the provisions you mentioned in the introduction, you know, governor brewer here in arizona could never identify what reasonable suspicion was in terms of what was undocumented or not. i'm sure the governor of alabama would ask the same question and would have a difficult time describing what this is. as it applies to children and our public school system, supreme court 30 years ago said that immigration status was not a status for primary education. decision by -- by this federal judge runs in conflict with that decision. all of the -- many of us feel this law is another harbinger of v
indiana back into play, that's going to make the map a very, very difficult for this white house. >> when it comes to the primary campaign, though, there's been some speculation about how serious you guys are going to compete in iowa. how serious you're going to compete in iowa. >> we're going to play in iowa. the governor will be back there several times campaigning. there will be debates in iowa where we'll be competing in all those debates. this race is -- one thing we've seen, it is a very fluid race and we've seen numbers bouncing around all over the place. we're going to be available and ready to campaign at any state and in order to get the nomination. >> you brought up the general election. i want to play this ad that you guys have out on perry this morning and ask you about it on the other side. here it is. >> who supports governor perry's decision to give in-state tuition to illegal immigrants? >> want to publicly recognize governor perry and the state of texas by having taken that step forward when you decided to give access to mexican migrants to universities in texas. >> all
. research from indiana university find a clean house leads to more active people. house work is also a great way to burn calories. in just one hour, you can burn 300 calories scrubbing dishes. or 400 calories scrubbing floors. just a few around the house tips to help keep you in shape. >> all right did you -- do you feel fit when you do house work? >> i don't know about that. >> do you play music while you eat? >> no, i don't do that. do you? >> not typically, no. >> mirror in the bedroom? >> i do have a mirror in the bedroom. you're getting a little personal. i don't know about this. >> slipped that one in, right. >> i'm so smooth. on medicare with diabetes. you may be eligible for an upgraded meter. >> if you're tired of stabbing your fingertips to test your blood glucose, we have news that could change your life. if you're on medicare with diabetes, then you need to know there's an alternative method for checking your blood glucose every day. you don't need to stab your fingertips anymore. the embrace meter from diabetes care club is easier to use and nearly painless. and the best news is
are stuck in place to our west, over kentucky and ohio and indiana, and it's stacked deep into the atmosphere and continuing to spin away and continuing to bring in clouds for us and some occasional showers. right now, reagan national is just downriver from this drippy live scene from our city camera. it's 72 there. and there's a light east wind with some light rain there right now. and as we look at the latest flood warnings, we've had now fewer counties under flood warnings. these include now in southern maryland, charles, st. mary's, parts of extreme eastern prince george's county and parts of anne arundell and calvert, where the creeks and streams there are still out of their banks. also montgomery and frederick county in maryland have some of the major rivers like the ma knocksy and seneca creek near or above flood stage. here's the latest radar. over the last hour, we've had one really heavy downpour. where you see the pockets of orange in annapolis and anne arundell county, that's advancing to the north. we have other areas of light rain in fairfax county, in montgo
. this indiana teacher has visited twice, bringing fellow educators this time, her high schoolers on a previous trip. >> statistics are wonderful and necessary, but until you put a face with that situation it doesn't become as powerful. that's why i like to bring my students. >> reporter: terry otis was seeing the memorial for the first time. >> it hits me really strong. we were at school the day of 9/11 and we felt the sadnesses and everything. but when you're here, you see it it. you see the picture s of the people. yeah, it's like it just p hap n happened yesterday. that feeling of hurt will never go away, what they did to us. >> reporter: as reagan national airplanes take off and land overhead, others can't help but imagine what the victims on flight 77 and the others endured. >> you think you're just on a flight, doing your normal everyday life, then boom. i cannot imagine the fear and the panic and yet the courage -- you know all the stories that have come out. >> reporter: michelle hidenberger was the lead flight attend onten flight 77. her widow ran the fund raising, he bikes here ofte
% and 55% of the vote. took big hits. arizona, georgia, north carolina, indiana, florida and ohio, also saw median income drop more than 5%. some close to 9%. that's unheard of. that means people are feeling the pain every day. the same states that saw more than 100,000 jobs lost since 2008. if the president asks what reagan asked, are you better off than you were four years ago? he'd get a resounding no from his battlegrounds. >> right. basically you see the two kind of polls of pain, really. the states that the traditional manufacturing states that were losing ground anyway, michigan, ohio, indiana in particular. illinois lost a lot of jobs. also what had been the high fliers in the past decades. the states that were booming along with the real estate boom, like florida, arizona, georgia. arizona, georgia state, hopes to put in play in 2012. florida, north carolina, nevada, states he didn't win in 2008 that moved into his camp and democrat graphically are positive for him. so you've got this, you know, two polls of states that are suffering the most. now, you know, this doesn't mean the p
by john lynch. we have a few more hurdles to jump and we think indiana maybe a 23rd right-to-work law. other states are beginning to talk about it as well. host: this is what the afl-cio has to say about right-to-work laws. guest: we have been blamed for a lot of things. constant halitosis. the bottom line is this. if forcing workers is the solution, i guess i should give up my day job and go to work for them. host: are the numbers right? guest: no, they are not. there was a study. they adjusted wages for cost of living. they applied and apples to apples comparison. they found workers in right-to- work states make more than their compatriots in other states when you adjust for cost of living. a plumber in new york city makes more than one in utah. when you adjust for cost of living they do almost $5,000 a year better in disposable income. host: why is that? guest: the scope of government is smaller. job growth is up. the cost of living -- renting an apartment is different. when you factor those in, workers in right-to-work laws are better off. host: fewer people with health care is w
the system will continue. host: sam in indiana, thanks for helping. thanks for- >> holding. caller: i have worked since i was 15. i became disabled. i had to wait two years for medicare to kick in. my wife and i got married, she was 17 and i was 19. our first son came along a year later. she started to work, and he was getting sick all the time, in and out in the indiana cold. we decided to go traditional but she stayed at home, raise the kids. now she had some blockages in her stomach. i was working, had health care through my work at the time. she almost died -- host: sam, i apologize, but we are running a little close on time. could you ask your question or final comments? what would you like rachel garfield to comment on? caller: she cannot get coverage because my income -- there are states limits. we have no kids at home anymore. host: you don't have insurance through your job? caller: no. i am covered for medicare now. -- through medicare now. i cannot find anybody to cover her for anything under $11,000 deductible. host: all right, sam, thank you very much. along with his comments,
call the indiana state police and any caller will remain anonymous. jenna: we have the number there, mike. thank you so much. mike selke. wise radio in the area jon, we really have no idea of whether or not one of the men killed in the group was the shooter or not. that's why there are ebbs tra precautions in the area. jon: all sorts of questions about that one. friend of jailed american exchange ste student amanda knox are concerned about her health. she can't eat or sleep, she is losing weight. lawyers are fighting for her ga. they have cracked a code that supercomputers struggled with for a decade. how their passion for video games is helping in the fight to cure aids. [ male announcer ] you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity. turning your life upside down in a matter of seconds. hi. hi. you know i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. you just read my mind. [ male announcer ] just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money, and ruining your reputation. that's why you need
florida in south bend indiana. 81,000 seats were cleared twice before the game was suspended this was the stadium's first evacuation in 60 years. >> great video an unbelievable play at wounded warrior amputee celebrity softball game the ball was hit by steve shenaby. he drove one to center but double amputee steve wagee makes a great play, falling backwards. >> he was a guest we had friday. >> that is daryl green great game for a great cause. tucker you had the chance to play as well just stepping out on the field and playing has got to be great but also with these great -- that is christine brennan with the great athletes these wounded warriors are, just a great time. >> incredible athletes what a great opportunity we had a party afterwards, the coach is fantastic they are hitting the big time going all over the country playing big stadiums everywhere they told me, they played in a little town back in ohio a month ago and 5200 people showed up. >> what is this a picture of? >> me at bat. >> you had late in the game a home run. >> yeah, later in the game. >> you a lefty. >> y
including employment or voting and denied access of public benefits. indiana allows officers to check the status of anyone suspected in being involved in an aggravated felony and south carolina allow police to check immigration status during routine traffic stops. we have an exclusive look from a letter from a group of business lead towards congressional super committee. they are putting pressure on the committee to cut the federal debt by far more than the $1.5 trillion mandated by congress. ed henry broke the story. >> reporter: it's about 150 business groups coming together led by heavyweights by the u.s. chamber of commerce, the national association of manufacturers urging the super committee on capitol hill which has been slow to act, and they are saying go big, go much further than the $1.2 to $1.5 trillion. they do not put a number on it in this letter. but i'm told by a senior official close to these groups that they are urging the super committee to come up with $4 trillion in deficit cuts. it's much further than anyone necessary town is talking about right now and it would m
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